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Old 04-12-2018, 02:43 AM
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Jeep YJ + Stroller?

Hi everyone, i am a parent-to-be in a couple months and cant imagine getting rid of the YJ, and was just wondering if anyone here knows of or has experience on what stroller(s) fit into the back of the YJ? Also, will car seat size/installation be an issue?

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Any stroller will fit on a roof rack. I would think a cargo carrier in the hitch or hanging on the spare, if you have a good spare tire carrier, would do the job also
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If you still have the OEM hitch, and using any sturdy strap, rope, etc., you can actually just tie one end to the hitch and the other to the lowest part of the front of the stroller. As long as you take the turns slowly and avoid expressways, it should stay mostly upright. And the baby will have a fun ride!


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sell the YJ and buy a car
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I have a hitch and a bike rack but, I wanted to take some beach chairs to Nags Head.



With a stroller on the back you can forgo the obligatory 'Baby On Board' sticker.
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PARK the YJ and buy a car
fixed it for ya.... lol

Seriously tho I'd be concerned about the ride quality in the back of a jeep..... babies don't have the muscles to control their heads.... sure would hate to see jr get hurt on a pot hole
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Sell the kid to the Gypsies and use the money for mods.

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L O L luckymac! XD

I don't have a roof rack, and can't imagine how that'd be very easy. And installing the stroller to the spare tire hitch would just make me nervous parking it outside if we don't use the stroller in case some butthead wants to steal it.

God the back of the YJ is tiny... I was looking at a stroller thats 14.5" thick when folded with the seat removed and thought "Im gonna buy this im sure its gonna fit!" And when i measured the cooler i have in there now its only 12" deep and squished against the door and seat... ><

This stroller biz is starting to look like an impossible accomplishment

And I worry about the bumpy ride... Especially with the stiff suspension I have on there compared to the stock
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The lack of muscle and ability to hold his/her little head up is temporary. You can put extra support in the seat around the head area. You're not doing serious hardcore offroading in the thing, and I don't necessarily know about yours, but while my Jeep is a rough ride, it's not rough enough to hurt someone, even a little someone.

The stroller is temporary. In a couple months, you can start using an umbrella stroller, which will fit just about anywhere in the YJ, up to and including on a hood mount like a hi-lift jack! Own the "dad" label!

I WOULD NOT sell my YJ for a few months of convenience. My boy is 3-1/2 and LOVES riding in the Jeep. No way I would trade that for a little convenience early on. In fact, if I really couldn't make it work any other way, I would buy another vehicle on the cheap to use in the short-term, and then sell it after the kiddo was able to ride in the Jeep. Hell, I might even consider getting something a little "trashed out" and fixing it up some while I owned it, and maybe make a little profit on it, or at least get my money back out of it.

The only thing I'll say is it might be difficult to mount a rear-facing seat at the correct angle in the back seat. My son is forward facing and has been since we've owned our YJ, and his feet hit the back of our seats EASILY. In fact, he could probably kick us in the shoulders if he wanted to. AND he's short for his age.

If I get a chance, I'll try to "test-fit" our seat in a rear-facing configuration and see if it would work. Might not help you though; our seat is pretty big. I chose it specifically because it allowed him to ride rear-facing as long as possible.

Another challenge (perhaps) is that they're safest in the middle of the rear seat, and there's no way to do that in a YJ. But OTOH, there really isn't much difference between the "middle" of a YJ rear seat and either of the outboard positions! LOL!!
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I have a car seat on the back of mine. Granted, my son is 2 1/2 years old and this I a weekend toy for us, so that might be A different situation than what you are in
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We use a rear facing seat in the back center of our YJ and it works great. Just cross the seatbelts from one side to the other and cinch both down. Itís actually moves less than the nicer seat in our two daily drivers.

You could maybe jam the stroller to the side of the seat.....maybe.


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I would suggest a $3000 Camry until the baby is old enough to ride in the TJ. Thatís what I did.
I ended up keeping the Camry for a couple of reasons.
1) the money I saved on driving it 10-15 times a month paid for itself and gave us a third vehicle for if (or when) the Jeep breaks-down.
2) I now have no need for a soft top. I just drive the Camry when itís going to rain or if itís going to be 100*.


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wait,wait,wait, JEEPS don't break down they just rest.
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Hi everyone, i am a parent-to-be in a couple months and cant imagine getting rid of the YJ, and was just wondering if anyone here knows of or has experience on what stroller(s) fit into the back of the YJ? Also, will car seat size/installation be an issue?

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Just pay the alimony and child support so you can keep the Jeep. If the child is truly yours, with the Jeep dna that you passed to your new son, He will understand... And if she wants you to get rid of the Jeep she isn't a keeper anyway......
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Just thought I would update this thread for any future YJ daddies/mommies.

I ended up taking my tape measure, a notepad and a pencil to draw up a diagram of the dimensions I'm working with in the back and dang, it is tiny back there. It's only 13.5" deep along the bottom and starts to taper real soon because of the back seat.

I ended up shopping for a stroller based on those dimensions, and decided to go with a 2015-2016 Uppababy Vista stroller, and I'm so glad I did! The 2017-2018 model was almost is a few inches bigger and wouldn't have fit, but the 2015-2016 model is perfect. It's kinda pricey, but it's soo awesome, and it fits like a glove! It's a hair bigger than the space so when it's in there it's so secure, doesn't wiggle or slide around at all.



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I would suggest a $3000 Camry until the baby is old enough to ride in the TJ. Thatís what I did.
I ended up keeping the Camry for a couple of reasons.
1) the money I saved on driving it 10-15 times a month paid for itself and gave us a third vehicle for if (or when) the Jeep breaks-down.
2) I now have no need for a soft top. I just drive the Camry when itís going to rain or if itís going to be 100*.

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We use a rear facing seat in the back center of our YJ and it works great. Just cross the seatbelts from one side to the other and cinch both down. Itís actually moves less than the nicer seat in our two daily drivers.

You could maybe jam the stroller to the side of the seat.....maybe.
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Your setup looks nice! I ended up just installing it on the passenger side and its in there nice and snug. The carseat pushes the front seat up a tiny bit, which is unfortunate for my SO, but I like it being on the passenger side because I can get her/the seat out from the outside.

But the stroller (at least the one I bought) would have no chance of fitting on the side.



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The lack of muscle and ability to hold his/her little head up is temporary. You can put extra support in the seat around the head area. You're not doing serious hardcore offroading in the thing, and I don't necessarily know about yours, but while my Jeep is a rough ride, it's not rough enough to hurt someone, even a little someone.

The stroller is temporary. In a couple months, you can start using an umbrella stroller, which will fit just about anywhere in the YJ, up to and including on a hood mount like a hi-lift jack! Own the "dad" label!

I WOULD NOT sell my YJ for a few months of convenience. My boy is 3-1/2 and LOVES riding in the Jeep. No way I would trade that for a little convenience early on. In fact, if I really couldn't make it work any other way, I would buy another vehicle on the cheap to use in the short-term, and then sell it after the kiddo was able to ride in the Jeep. Hell, I might even consider getting something a little "trashed out" and fixing it up some while I owned it, and maybe make a little profit on it, or at least get my money back out of it.

The only thing I'll say is it might be difficult to mount a rear-facing seat at the correct angle in the back seat. My son is forward facing and has been since we've owned our YJ, and his feet hit the back of our seats EASILY. In fact, he could probably kick us in the shoulders if he wanted to. AND he's short for his age.

If I get a chance, I'll try to "test-fit" our seat in a rear-facing configuration and see if it would work. Might not help you though; our seat is pretty big. I chose it specifically because it allowed him to ride rear-facing as long as possible.

Another challenge (perhaps) is that they're safest in the middle of the rear seat, and there's no way to do that in a YJ. But OTOH, there really isn't much difference between the "middle" of a YJ rear seat and either of the outboard positions! LOL!!
Selling the jeep doesn't seem like an option
I took a chance ordering the car seat online and it fit thankfully. It also has some really great neck/head support so the bobbing around shouldn't be an issue.

Bonus the baby girl LOVES the jeep. She can be crying and as soon as we start driving she calms down.
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AWESOME!! I'm glad you got it figured out!


I did actually try to fit our seat in the back of the Jeep in the rear-facing configuration, and that was NOT happening. At least not without significant effort!


My son's about to move into a booster anyway, and I can't wait to get rid of that damn car seat!!
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I'm glad you worked it out and did not listen to all the negative comments. As a parent of three now teenagers. I found a stroller to me more difficult then just carrying the kid, unless I was on a long walk like at a fair or something. Consider one on those cloth slings or kid back packs instead of a stroller.
Remember people used to put ther babies in horse drawn buggies or on the rear decks of crown vics and we managed to survive as a species.
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There weren't any negative comments..... just constructive suggestions and a little humor thrown in...
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There weren't any negative comments..... just constructive suggestions and a little humor thrown in...
The negative comments were about selling the Jeep or buying a daily driver. The rest was
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I disagree.... suggesting a nicer riding and likely safer family car for a newborn isn't negative at all....
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I also don't find the suggestion of purchasing a daily driver to be a negative suggestion.



Sometimes the YJ just isn't the right tool for the job. Sure, we can make it work sometimes, but in the end some people may find themselves in a situation where it doesn't make sense to keep it. Or it might make sense to keep it and drive something else on the regular. IMO, that's not negative, it's just advice, or the exploration of another option.


For me personally, I wouldn't sell my YJ, but that has not always been the case. I sold the one I drove in college because I simply could not afford to own it. It was undependable, and needed constant "supervision". So I sold it and got into a little foreign car that I thought was cool, but wasn't.


Nowadays I have enough money that I don't have to make that choice, and I'm extremely thankful for that. And I completely understand when people DO have to make the difficult decision to sell their Jeep.


Again, I'm super glad the OP found a way to make it work without having to sell the Jeep, it makes my heart happy. But I would've been supportive and understanding if he had to sell it.
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I certainly did not intend to offend. Perhaps the suggestions to sell are not "negative" but the OP asked about what stroller would fit in their Jeep. I view the ditch the Jeep suggestions as at least no positive, while I view suggestions, even out of the box ones, that help the OP reach their goal as positive. In this case the goal of being able to carry their new baby as safely as possible in their Jeep and have all the "baby" gear they "need."

Again, sorry that I got feathers ruffled.
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Don't they have Gypsies in Costa Rica? If there's only a few Gypsies, they might pay more for a kid than they do here in Colorado. (= more mods)

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.....Again, sorry that I got feathers ruffled.
You didn't ruffle any feathers.... you may have gotten your own a little ruffled bur you're the only one..... Even the OP expressed concerns about putting the baby in his jeep
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Also, concerns about toting little ones around in the Jeep are numerous and certainly valid for the case to dispose of the vehicle. OP asked for and received all manner of completely valid options, up to and including to get rid of the Jeep.



For us it wasn't so much about whether we could install his seat safely (we can, but I can't wait for him to move to a booster) or haul a stroller (also, we could but we don't anymore). But it was about whether we could keep him protected from the sun. It's actually quite dangerous to even be outside for many months out of the year here, so protection from the elements is a significant concern. We have a couple tactics to combat that, but he still has a problem with the wind noise. We only have the soft top, and no AC (as if that would help). Mostly I run "Safari" style, but I have to keep the back windows on to keep him comfortable, which I hate. But it won't always be that way. And that was my biggest point: try to make it work safely for now because this stage of life is so temporary. I personally would kick myself for selling a vehicle I loved for a short-term fix to an otherwise solvable problem.



Again, thankfully we have other vehicles to choose from now, but that was not always the case.

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